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Equifax vs. Experian. Huge difference in score!

Hi,

 

I recently had 3 hard pulls.

10/9/13 Equifax Fico (300-850): 681

10/9/13 Experian Fico (300-850): 757

10/11/13 Experian Fico (300-850): 757

 

Any idea why credit scores between EQ and EX are so different?

I'm pretty sure the EX ones they pulled was FICO 08. I don't know what EQ might have been, 04 maybe?

 

Can someone please give me some possible explanation?

Thanks.

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Re: Equifax vs. Experian. Huge difference in score!

 

Locking thread, due to similar thread found here.
 http://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/Understanding-FICO-Scoring/EQ-vs-EX-Huge-Difference-in-score/m-p/252...

 

 

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